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[ Presenting plain-text part of multi-format email ] Dear All Peggy in her posting “Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival - Home Page” June 06, 2002 10:06 AM. Said: <<The only film that talks about Iraq in this festival is one entitled "Stealing the Fire" which talks about one Karl - Heinz Schaab who according to the film , sold Nuclear secrets to the countries of Pakistan and Iraq. I find it troubling , how the right wing of the USA uses every available access to convince convince a population that war against Iraq is justifiable.>> I find it appalling that HRW has jumped on the band wagon of the pentagon to advocate "regime change American style". America, no doubt, will use its "peace and humanitarian" instruments of B-1, B-2, Crouse missiles; Carpet Bombing, Thermobaric bombs and god know what else to save us (Iraqis) from "the atrocities" of Saddam Hussein. Those of us who are shredded to pieces by the "humanitarian" bombs are to be blamed because we didn't run fast enough to avoid the "legitimate" target. Those us who get killed in schools, hospitals, mosques.. etc.it is Saddam Hussein fault because HE puts anti aircraft near these places. Those killed on the street it is their fault, the ideates SHOULD KNOW that streets are not safe. Collateral damage and targeting errors will destroy houses, bridges, telephone lines, ... human cost? well regrettable!. The survivors will be so tormented for a long time. They will not dare open their mouths for fear of being “liberated” again. If they succeed in "regime change" them they will install a "Ghalizzi to rhyme with Karizzi" regime. Some of us will have to be sent to a rented American base (similar to Guntanamu) to be interrogated, and we will have no rights at all. It is comforting to know that Ramsfield boasted we, like Guntanamu detainees, will have a decent "three meals a day"! We will be shown on every television station around the world walking blindfolded, handcuffed and HRW representative will visit the base to inspect our conditions. Very good PR!! The less dangerous of us will detained inside the country. I am sure HRW will be embarrassed to talk about their treatment because they helped in creating the conditions that lead to our imprisonment. What if they couldn’t get Saddam Hussein? Simple bombing and more bombing, killing and more killing till they get him even if it takes years!. Good has to win over evil at the end!! Having done the Iraq people a favor, in getting rid of Saddam Hussein, America will, probably, ask the future government of Iraq to compensate the Americans for the cost of all the bombs that are used to “liberate Iraq”. Since Iraq is a wealthy country then Iraq will have to pay for its reconstruction all the bridges, telephone systems, hospitals, schools … etc that were destroyed during the “liberation” . I see now that my grand grand child will be paying for the "regime change American style" that HRW helped promoting by jumping on the pentagon band wagon. For HRW I say loudly IF I HAVE YOU AS A FRIEND WHO NEEDS ENEMIES!! For those in Washington and London who are advocating "regime change American style" I ask that they bring their families, their loved ones, their earthly belongings, even their ancestral graves to Iraq before the bombings starts. If they survive the massacre they will know what it means to be bombed to hell! To them I say stop being hypocrites YOU advocated “"regime change American style" YOU must “come to where the action is come to the new Marlboro country” and TASTE YOUR OWN MEDICINE. The irony is that the people who advocate human rights are helping the military in promoting Have a Real War (HRW!) Best Regards Ghazwan Al-Mukhtar Baghdad, Iraq PS: 2020 HRW report will say that the “Ghalizzi regime” is still oppressive and the Iraqi people need to be liberated again! _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email firstname.lastname@example.org All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk